Category Archives: Human Rights in Cyberspace

data across borders

Law Enforcement Access to Data Across Borders: The Evolving Security & Rights Issues

Jennifer Daskal describes the challenges facing law enforcement access to data across borders and examines the legal and political issues at stake in formulating clear standards for cross-border access to data. Daskal also presents possible mechanisms for establishing a framework for law enforcement access to content and non-content data in foreign jurisdictions.

right to privacy

How Technology Enhances the Right to Privacy: A Case Study on the Right to Hide Project of the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union

In this article, authors Fanny Hidvegi and Rita Zagoni describe the legal and political circumstances that prompted the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union to establish the “Right to Hide” (right to privacy) project for the promotion of privacy-enhancing technologies, and they discuss how the project can assist individuals in Hungary in securing their privacy.

State Responsibility to Protect

State Responsibility to Respect, Protect, & Fulfill Human Rights Obligations in Cyberspace

In this article, Gabor Rona and Lauren Aarons explore how international human rights law applies to cyberspace. They address the substantive obligations of the state responsibility to respect, ensure, and promote human rights in cyberspace, including protecting against third party abuse and providing remedies for violations. Finally, the authors outline the limitations of and permissible restrictions on human rights obligations in cyberspace.